- Urges UN, OIC to intervene to rescue Kashmiris held hostage for over 70 years
ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: While expressing grave concern over the additional troops’ deployment in Indian Illegally Occupied Kashmir (IIOJK), Mushaal Hussein Mullick, Chairperson of the Peace and Culture Organization, urged Pakistan to change the policy of negotiation and rapprochement as the notorious Indian government did not understand the language of dialogue and peace.
In a statement on Tuesday, Mushaal, the wife of Chairman Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front Yasin Malik, said that the fascist and imperialist Hindutva regime always responded to Pakistan’s goodwill gesture of peace and table talks with more troops’ deployment and intensifying operations in the occupied valley.
Mushaal said that India had hegemonic designs; hence such an approach of dialogue and rapprochement was not working.
Therefore, she stressed that there is a need for a massive reshuffle of policy approach towards the Hindutva regime and need more aggressive campaign worldwide to expose its dirty face at the global stage.
The Hurriyat leader further said that the deployment of additional force in the already world’s most militarized zone speaks the volume that the fascist regime used all illegal and inhuman means to quell the freedom movement.
The chairperson said that Indian occupation authorities cut all communication means in the scenic valley to keep the world in the dark pertaining to the worst human abuses committing by brutal Indian forces.
Therefore, she said that more efforts are need to sensitive the world community about the plight of Kashmiris who are living life under the shadow of guns of brutal Indian forces.
Mushaal Mullick said that the Narendra Modi regime intends to concentrate the Hindu vote bank and prompt its venomous anger against the people of Kashmir.
Mushaal went on to say that this is nothing new for the inhabitants of Kashmir and they would foil all sinister plans as they have resisted and defeated Indian hegemony time and again during the last 73 years.
The Kashmiri leader vowed that the freedom-loving Kashmiri people would never surrender before the Indian military power and they would fight the legitimate battle till the last drop of their blood.
Mushaal demanded that the United Nations, world powers, the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), and the human rights organizations should intervene to rescue the whole Kashmiri population taken hostage by over one million occupation forces.